venia (vee-nee-[schwa]), n. [Latin] Hist.
1. A penitent’s kneeling or assuming a prostrate position on the ground.
2. A pardon.
3. The granting of a privilege. Pl. veniae.
venia aetatis (vee-nee-[schwa] i-tay-tis).Roman & civil law. A privilege granted by a prince or sovereign by virtue of which an underage person is entitled to act as if he or she were of full age.
What is the Chinese interpretation of VENIA?
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